Fastweb (telecommunications company): The TV di Fastweb service is available also without subscribing any telephone nor ADSL offer since September 2007.
La Campiña (TransMilenio): In 2006, phase two of the TransMilenio system was completed, including the Avenida Suba line, on which this station is located.
Candle wick: The characteristics of the candle wick has a major effect on how the candle burns. Large diameter wicks typically result in a larger flame, a larger pool of melted wax, and the candle burning faster. Wicks are sometimes braided flat, so that as they burn they also curl back into the flame, thus making them self-consuming. Prior to the introduction of these wicks special scissors called snuffers were used to trim the excess wick without extinguishing the flame. However, the meaning of the word has now shifted to mean "extinguishing a candle's flame," as the process of snuffing a candle (trimming its wick with the scissors) usually extinguished it anyway.
Galena, Illinois: As of the census[34] of 2000, there were 3,460 people, 1,570 households, and 893 families residing in the city. The population density was 926.4 people per square mile (358.2/km²). There were 1,821 housing units at an average density of 487.6/sq mi (188.5/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 97.54% White, 0.32% African American, 0.09% Native American, 0.32% Asian, 1.16% from other races, and 0.58% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.06% of the population.
Buddy Cannon: Buddy Cannon (born in Lexington, Tennessee) is an American country music songwriter and record producer. Active since the late 1970s, he is known primarily for his work as Kenny Chesney's record producer, for which he won the Academy of Country Music's Producer of the Year award in 2006.[1]
Hot in the City: "Hot in the City" is a 1982 song by Billy Idol, released on his self-titled album. It charted at #23 in the U.S. There are two versions of this video. The first version (the 1982 version) starts off with a girl walking into a record store. She picks up a Billy Idol record and the song starts to play. The video fetures things found in a city. The second version (the 1987 version) was banned by MTV because it showed Billy Idol's girlfriend nailed to a cross toward the end of the video.
Dave Barbour: He played with Benny Goodman in 1942, and while a member of Goodman's ensemble, he fell in love with lead singer Peggy Lee, and the pair quit the group to marry in 1943. Soon after they moved to Los Angeles, Johnny Mercer put them to work as a songwriting team, and they wrote a number of Lee's hits, such as "Mañana" and "It's a Good Day". Barbour was an alcoholic and had domestic troubles with Lee; this eventually split apart their marriage, which ended in 1952. Dave Barbour and His Orchestra had the best-selling version (USA) of the peppy song "Mambo Jambo."
By-Tor & The Snow Dog: By-Tor & The Snow Dog is the fourth song from the album Fly by Night, by the Canadian band Rush.
Old Sultan: A farmer's dog, Sultan, had grown old, and one day the farmer told his wife he would shoot Sultan. The dog heard. A wolf told him that they would take their child haying the next day, and the wolf would carry him off. Sultan could chase him, and he would free the child. They would be grateful and not shoot Sultan.
Marcel Tabuteau: Marcel Tabuteau (July 2, 1887 - January 4, 1966) was a French oboist who is generally considered the founder of the American school of oboe playing.
Mesua manii: Mesua manii is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae family. It is found only in India. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Virginia's 9th congressional district: It covers all or part of the following political subdivisions:
Lists of Pokémon: Pokémon can be listed according to a number of different attributes:
Nobita at the Birth of Japan: Jaian - He is the boss and bully among the group. After his mother yells at him so much that he cannot take the pressure, he runs away from home.
Breidden Hill: Breidden Hill is an extinct volcanic hill, located on the border between Shropshire, England and Powys, Wales, near the town of Llandrinio. The peak of the hill reaches to 1199 ft. [1] Footpaths which lead up to the summit provide excellent views over the Shropshire Plain and Mid-Wales. Breidden Hill is one of three peaks with neighbouring Moel y Golfa, which is the highest at 1324 ft.[citation needed] The other is Cefn y Castell, also known as Middletown Hill.
Suspected sock puppets/DJDWIZ: Lizettefc (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · page moves · block user · block log) (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · page moves · block user · block log) IP account used to make legal threat, now blocked
Brazilian expatriates in Italy: The following 4 pages are in this category, out of 4 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
Ken Sugimori: Ken Sugimori (杉森建, Sugimori Ken?) (born January 27, 1966 in Tokyo) is a Japanese illustrator most famous for being the art director of Pokémon franchise. A friend of Satoshi Tajiri, the creator of the franchise, Sugimori is responsible for the bulk of Pokémon art and almost single-handedly designed the first 251 Pokémon (since Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, others have helped to design the characters). He is also responsible for designing many of the main characters in the Pokémon video games, such as Red, Blue, and the various Gym Leaders. Also among his work is a majority of early Pokémon cards. Ken Sugimori also helped with the design of Pokémon characters on the popular video games Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee, and was the prime character designer for Pulseman, an earlier game by Game Freak for the Sega Mega Drive. He also participated in the Game Freak event in which he and two others traded their Psyducks for Ponytas.
A-Class Indian cinema articles: This category contains articles supported by the Indian cinema task force of WikiProject Films and WikiProject India which have been rated as "A-Class" by the WikiProject. Articles are automatically placed in this category when the corresponding rating is given and the appropriate parameter is added to the project banner; please see the assessment department and the project banner instructions for more information.
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The role of clowns in modern society: Joke. De-prodded w/ comment (in edit summary at author's talk page) "i believe that this article should be kept in wikipedias database because it is a serious account of the trouble clowns face on a daily basis and i wish to raise awareness in the debate about this." Pan Dan 21:05, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
Brantgum: Coordinates: 53°21′7″N 5°55′52″E / 53.35194, 5.93111
Minimum Security (NCIS): "Minimum Security" is an episode of the drama television series NCIS.
Flame maple: Flame maple, also known as flamed maple, curly maple, fiddleback or tiger stripe, is a feature of maple in which the growth of the wood fibers is distorted in an undulating pattern, producing wavy lines known as "flames". This effect is often mistakenly said to be part of the grain of the wood; it is more accurately called "figure", as the distortion is perpendicular to the grain direction. Prized for its beautiful appearance, it is used frequently in the manufacturing of musical instruments, such as violins, and fine furniture. Another well-known use of the material is its use in guitars, especially the venerated Gibson Les Paul and the Gibson J-200. The Gibson Les Paul "Standard", initially manufactured from 1958 to 1960, sported a flame maple top finished in a cherry-red sunburst on a mahogany body. Today, these instruments are some of the most prized on the vintage guitar market.[citation needed]
Roger Stevens: He was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds between 1963 and 1970, and held other positions in local government and the civil service:
Start-Class Bible articles: The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 263 total. Updates to this list can occasionally be delayed for a few days.
New South Wales Department of Aboriginal Affairs: The Department is headed by Ms Jody Broun and reports to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Paul Lynch.
Linyi Airport: Linyi Airport is an airport in Linyi, Shandong, People’s Republic of China (IATA: LYI).
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